[mapserver-users] AGG Rendering problem
thomas.bonfort at camptocamp.com
Wed Oct 28 04:05:51 EDT 2009
Tony, could you post the symbol definition and how you used it in your mapfile?
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On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 22:34, Tony Baylis <tony.baylis at resexmap.com.au> wrote:
> Thanks to Rahkonon and and Paul for their responses but neither solved the
> problem. I eventually moved a map from my existing working mapserver/agg
> instance to the rebuilt one and after doing the required bits to point it at
> the right data IT also did not work in AGG rendering mode.
> I then removed all layers and started adding them back to the map one by one
> to see if it was a problem with the layer setup somewhere...sure enough one
> of the layers was referencing a symbol in the symbolset that AGG obviously
> dislikes. Once I removed the 'SIZE' criteria from the 'STYLE' AGG rendering
> worked. Since putting the original map together I have created another
> (better) symbol for this object and using this all is working well.
> So there you have it...a symbol working with standard rendering but not with
> AGG, the result being the application seemed to lose connection.
> Tony Baylis
> Spatial Information Specialist
> Resource and Exploration Mapping
> Suite 8, 290 Boundary St
> Spring Hill QLD 4000
> Ph 3832 1600
> Fax 3832 1603
> Mob 0419 759 131
> Email tony.baylis at resexmap.com.au
> www resexmap.com.au
> Rahkonen Jukka wrote:
>> Try adding MIMETYPE to outputformat. I guess that without it Mapserver is
>> using default for jpeg requests. If you use, while testing, your own
>> mimetype like MIMETYPE "image/jpeg2" and in request use &FORMAT=image/jpeg2
>> you should be able to compare what happens with image/jpeg and image/jpeg2.
>> If jpeg2 works you know that Mapserver if using your own imageformat
>> because otherwise image/jpeg2 would not be recognised. Then rename AGG
>> MIMETYPE to image/jpeg and see if the output now seems to be generated by
>> -Jukka Rahkonen-
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>>> Aihe: [mapserver-users] AGG Rendering problem
>>> Hi all,
>>> This is my first post in a long time so be gentle...My problem is I have
>>> finally updated an old server to use MapServer 5.4.2 and want to use AGG
>>> rendering I have done this without a problem on another server earlier in
>>> the year but for some reason whenever I add the 'OUTPUTFORMAT' section and
>>> remove 'IMAGETYPE' I get a Connection Lost type error from the browser.
>>> Replace 'IMAGETYPE' and the connection is restored but the map is
>>> definitely not anti-aliased.
>>> Below is the relevant section from my mapfile and below that the output
>>> from a ./mapserv -v. Both outputs match the server that works.
>>> #IMAGETYPE JPEG
>>> NAME "AGG_JPEG"
>>> DRIVER "AGG/JPEG"
>>> IMAGEMODE RGB
>>> ./mapserv -vMapServer version 5.4.2 OUTPUT=GIF OUTPUT=PNG OUTPUT=JPEG
>>> OUTPUT=WBMP OUTPUT=PDF OUTPUT=SWF OUTPUT=SVG SUPPORTS=PROJ SUPPORTS=AGG
>>> SUPPORTS=FREETYPE SUPPORTS=ICONV SUPPORTS=WMS_SERVER SUPPORTS=WMS_CLIENT
>>> SUPPORTS=WFS_CLIENT SUPPORTS=FASTCGI SUPPORTS=GEOS INPUT=TIFF
>>> INPUT=EPPL7 INPUT=POSTGIS INPUT=OGR INPUT=GDAL INPUT=SHAPEFILE
>>> Here's hoping you can help.
>>> Tony Baylis
>>> Spatial Information Specialist
>>> Resource and Exploration Mapping
>>> Suite 8, 290 Boundary St
>>> Spring Hill QLD 4000
>>> Ph 3832 1600
>>> Fax 3832 1603
>>> Mob 0419 759 131
>>> Email tony.baylis at resexmap.com.au
>>> www resexmap.com.au
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